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Oct 29, 2011 11:00pm EDT
of the woods just yet. paul goodloe is in hartford, connecticut tonight which is getting slammed by this october snow. >> from snowy heart ford, connecticut, where the snow started just after 1:00, at least the heavy snow did. unlike other areas around the mid-atlantic, we went from a few snowflakes and flurries to some heavy snow, the snow continues to come down here, we're under a winter storm warning until 8:00 a.m. on your sunday, and, yes, this is a rare october snow for connecticut, especially here in hartford, we had snow three other times, the record snow in october just 1.7 inches. we eclipse that to 4:00, 5:00 this afternoon. the problem,this is falling on the trees this time in october, there's still plenty of leaves in the trees, the heavy wet snow hits the leaves, adding more weight, weighing down the branches and then they snap, bringing down power lines, we're talking close to a half million people and counting without power here. and the number of power outages, after what we saw with hurricane irene coming through here. paul goodloe for news 4, now back to you. >
Oct 30, 2011 10:00am EDT
's go live right now to hartford, connecticut, and the weather channel's paul goodloe. paul, 760,000 people without power in connecticut. how are things where you are right now? >> reporter: well, right now things are warming up. and again, that number, craig, it translates to basically six out of every ten homes here in connecticut in the dark and in the cold as well without power, all thanks to things like this. it's a huge maple branch that came down because of all the heavy, wet snow, bringing down power line as well. the wind bringing down some of the snow from this tree. but the snow is still heavy, wet snow, great more making snowmen and snowballs, snowball fights, but horrible for these trues. i'll walk down toward this corner, and you can take a look down at what happened with all these other trees. there's a huge maple tree, which had a lot of the branches knocked down. that knocked down the power lines and all the homes in this neighborhood now are in the dark. a lot in the cold as well, because there is no power. and this is just one of umpteen neighborhoods, just her
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